2010 Porsche 911 Turbo vs. 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG vs. 2010 Audi R8
Dressed in sport outfits, with their faces wearing the same pitiful “we’re players” lookstaken up by mostmen when lurching the Las Vegas Strip, all three slash through the full of life, AAA Five Diamond-winning Bellagio hotel and casino and sit inside the Petrossian Lounge. It is the type of glamorous neo-classical retreat where a guy can freshen up after anextended, tough afternoon driving 500-hp, air-conditioned super autos and ease his sore fingertips with a cool cocktail and the great view of an attractive hostess. Leaning back, holding his drink Ed Loh would say that he would drive the Gullwing first the next day. He needs seat time in order to determineif the V-8’s sound is like the KISS performing Wagner during a storm or the engine chamber of the USS Nimitz.
Cleaning a bit of caviar from his mouthRon Kiino tells him that he was in the 911 Turbo. Kiino was in the Audi R8, and their third friend was in the Gullwing. Kiino knows this because 563 hp is too advanced for Loh.
Loh finally settled for“gladly” driving the Turbo. He challenged his two colleagues that they would only be looking at whale tail. He said that his Porsche goes from zero to 60 in 2.8 seconds only. Then all of a sudden Loh discovers Art is notthere. All he sees at his seat is an emptied martini glass and some cigar smoke.
These are the keys to 3 German sports autosworth $500,000+, and each ableto rewritea couple of Newton’s laws of physics minimum, and offending5 or 6 articles in the Constitution. This is not a chance for going to Disneyland. Instead, you entice2associates, jump into Sin City, and, making use of your star power, betterrooms at the Bellagio, and extranotice than Britney Spears getting out of a Lotus Elise.